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Horticulture Therapy Methods

Making Connections in Health Care, Human Service, And Community Programs

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  • 180 Want to read
  • 35 Currently reading

Published by Haworth Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Counselling,
  • Creative therapy (eg art, music, drama),
  • Horticulture,
  • Health & Fitness,
  • Medical / Nursing,
  • Health/Fitness,
  • Allied Health Services - Occupational Therapy,
  • Allied Health Services - General,
  • Alternative Therapies,
  • Gardening,
  • Occupational Therapy,
  • Therapeutic use

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsRebecca L. Haller (Editor), Christine L. Kramer (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages153
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8614058M
    ISBN 10156022326X
    ISBN 109781560223269


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in personal development; to engender a feeling of well-being, improve physical health and encourage social interaction. During each horticultural therapy session, there were three phases: (1) Opening and review (five minutes); (2) horticulture therapy activity (50 minutes); and (3) closing and debriefing (20 minutes).

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The first three sessions focused on basic horticulture knowledge and skills. Horticultural therapy is the practice of using horticultural activities for human healing and rehabilitation.

Reference to the healing power of gardens and nature can be found as far back as ancient Greek times and through to recent times. The Profession and Practice of Horticultural Therapy is a comprehensive guide to the theories that horticultural therapists use as a foundation for their practice and provides wide-ranging illustrative models of programming.

This book aims to enhance understanding and provide insight into the profession for both new and experienced practitioners. Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. Horticultural therapy is a time-proven practice. The therapeutic benefits of garden environments have been documented since ancient times.

In the 19th century, Dr. Benjamin Rush, a signer of the Declaration of Independence and recognized as the "Father of American Psychiatry," was first to document the positive effect working in the garden had on individuals with mental illness.

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To be effective, a focused horticultural therapy program is based upon knowledge of special populations and diagnoses, therapeutic methods and frameworks, treatment plans, and activity analysis, sensorimotor, cognitive and psychosocial functioning, and, of course, horticulture and its use in a therapeutic environment.

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Christine Capra is the program manager and co-founder of the Horticultural Therapy Institute in Denver, CO, She has BA in journals from Metropolitan State University in Denver and has written for many publications.

She is the co-editor of the book Horticultural Therapy Methods: Making Connections in Health Care, Human Service and Community Programs (Taylor & Francis, ) and editor of the on. "Horticultural therapy has evolved from its use only by volunteer gardeners to become a recognized and respected therapeutic modality conducted by trained, registered professionals.

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Methods. A total of Korean students (11–13 years old) from 28 schools participated in this study. The horticultural therapy program consisted of seven sessions and was conducted once a week for 60 min per session, during regular or after-school : Yun-Ah Oh, A-Young Lee, Kyung Jin An, Sin-Ae Park.

About the American Horticultural Therapy Association Advancing the practice of horticulture as therapy. The American Horticultural Therapy Association is the only US organization committed to promoting and developing the practice of horticultural therapy as a unique and dynamic human service modality.

A (c)(3) nonprofit, AHTA advocates on behalf of the professional interests of. Horticultural Therapy. Horticultural therapy (also known as social and therapeutic horticulture or STH) is defined by the American Horticultural Therapy Association (AHTA) as the engagement of a person in gardening and plant-based activities, facilitated by a trained therapist, to achieve specific therapeutic treatment contact with plants is believed to guide a person's focus away.

Horticulture therapy as it’s known today in the United States took root (so to speak) following the first World War. It was used as a treatment for veterans suffering from PTSD and was later Author: Ellie Shechet. Get this from a library. Horticultural therapy methods: making connections in health care, human service, and community programs.

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By showing a commitment to living things, a person is taking responsibility for that work, that garden and also to working with others as part of a. Horticultural therapy can be implemented in an economic, social and environmentally sustainable way to achieve those goals.

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Activity Planning: Developing Horticultural Therapy Sessions (Pamela A. Catlin) Introduction Horticulture As a Vehicle to Meet Wide-Ranging Goals Activity or Task Selection to Meet Treatment Objectives Additional Considerations for Activity Planning Planning for Seasonality and Efficient Use of Horticultural Resources Sources for Session Ideas.